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United States Postal History including The Angel Collection continued...

New York Stampless Postal Markings (U thru Y Towns, balances)
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651 c ImageRochester N.Y. 1822-28. Five covers, each with red handstamp markings, first two with dotted oval datestamp on folded letters from 1822, second strike in brownish red, next are two different styles of oval datestamps on folded letters from 1825 and 1828, both with matching boxed "PAID" with pointing hand handstamp, last is a folded cover without datestamp and with the boxed "PAID" with pointing hand handstamp, Very Fine group, two are ex "Mayflower" and the other three are ex Hahn (Image)

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
652 c Image"U. STATES" Shield Handstamp (Rouses Point N.Y.). Clear strike of fancy red handstamp with matching "Rouses Point N.Y. 8 Apr." (1853) circular datestamp, blue "East Harmony Vt. Apr. 6" circular datestamp and matching "Paid" and "10" handstamps applied at origin on small cover to Montreal, Canada, receiving backstamp, small piece out of flap, Very Fine, colorful and scarce, ex Hahn, with 2011 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $225.00
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653 c ImageSacket's Harbor May 12 (1815). Beautifully clear strike of negative double-line oval handstamp with "May" inserted at bottom and manuscript "12" (May 12, 1815) in blank center of oval, "30" War of 1812 surcharge rate (20 cents for 300-500 miles plus 50% surcharge) on folded letter to Burlington Vt., War of 1812 content including discussion of pay for officers and enlisted men, Extremely Fine, this oval handstamp originally had a negative eagle and shield design in the center (one recorded example, ex Frajola and Hahn, see Siegel Sale 1125, lot 438), only a few examples of the modified version are known (three according to Calvet Hahn, this the earliest known use), during the War of 1812 Sackets Harbor was the center of American naval and military activity for the upper St. Lawrence Valley and Lake Ontario, with 2010 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $4,000.00
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654 c ImageSandy Hill N.Y. Half-Dime Rate Handstamp. In red and green, red handstamp with matching "Sandy Hill N.Y. June 25" dotted oval datestamp on folded cover to Schuylerville N.Y. docketed 1846, slightly toned but a sharp detailed strike, green handstamp with matching "Paid" and "Sandy Hill N.Y. Dec. 11" dotted oval datestamp on 1845 folded letter to Albany, eagle design shows clearly, Very Fine, the rate marking was impressed from the reverse of a Capped Bust Half-Dime (minted 1829-37), these are the only two recorded examples according to Hahn, ex Hahn (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

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655 c ImageSandy Hill N.Y. 1844-52. Four covers, three with the dotted oval town datestamps, two in red and one in green, one in red is a folded letter with postmaster's free frank, green particularly well-struck on 1844 folded letter, final cover bears a circular datestamp and "3 Paid" handstamp, Very Fine group (Image)

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E. $ 200-300

SOLD for $110.00
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656 c ImageSalem N.Y. Oct. 29 (1825). Fancy circular town datestamp with serrated circle and negative "NY" in banner, manuscript date in red with matching "Paid 10" on folded letter to to Albany N.Y., Very Fine and scarce, ex "Mayflower" (Image)

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E. $ 200-300

SOLD for $110.00
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657 c ImageSALEM NY, JUNE 15. Bold strike of small red two-line datestamp, manuscript "6" rate on ca. 1830 folded letter to Cambridge N.Y., Extremely Fine, ex "Mayflower" (Image)

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E. $ 200-300

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658 c ImageSaratoga Springs N.Y. 1823-53. Balance of seven covers, including four from early 1820s with the small style circular datestamps, in black, red and dark red, also two from 1846 with blue circular datestamps, last with Jan. 27 (1853) circular datestamp with "Paid 3" in circle handstamp on Franklin Fire Insurance illustrated cover to Fredonia N.Y., various docketing, Very Fine and attractive, a striking portrait of Franklin, prepaid without stamps before stamp use became mandatory in 1855, overall a Very Fine group (Image)

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E. 400-500

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659 c ImageSardinia N.Y. Fancy double-oval datestamp with ornamental frame struck in black with "5" handstamp (Oct. 14, 1845) and blue with "10" handstamp (May 1, 1847) on separate folded letters to Withersfield N.H. and Mt. Vernon R.I., Very Fine and scarce, both ex Dunsmoor, Mayer and Hahn, with 2014 P.F. certificates (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $375.00
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660 c ImageSchoharie Court House N.Y. Three covers, first two with clear strikes of red rimless circular datestamp and manuscript "10" rates, first "October 14," (1816) date on folded letter to Albany, second "April 30" (1820) date on folded letter to Albany, Very Fine, Calvet Hahn notes only a few examples of this town marking exist, third cover an 1826 folded letter with red "SCHOHARIE,/COURT-HOUSE N.Y./July 24" three-line datestamp and forwarded with red "New-York July 26" circular datestamp and 'FORWARDED" framed handstamp, minor toning along fold, Very Fine, ex Hahn (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $160.00
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661 c ImageSchuylerville N.Y. 1841-43. Three folded letters or covers with straightline handstamps, two from 1841 with two-line handstamp and manuscript dates, one with 1841 yeardate in the postmark which is unusual, third cover from 1843 with smaller style two-line handstamp, each with manuscript rates, Very Fine trio, two are ex "Mayflower" (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

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